Jack Caldwell is a Master’s of Applied Science candidate in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Offroad Robotics, Queen’s University.  He is supervised by Joshua Marshall, and is performing research in partnership with MacLean Engineering on autonomous underground mining equipment. He completed his B.A.Sc in Electrical Engineering (2019) at Queen’s University. As part of his Bachelor’s degree, Jack completed an internship at MacLean Engineering. Jack’s primary duties at MacLean involved the design of electrical control systems. This internship developed into an NSERC Engage project in partnership with Offload Robotics in the summer of 2018. The Engage project surmised the conceptualizing, simulation, design, and building of prototype autonomous underground mining equipment. Jack’s research interests include manipulator design, manipulator kinematics, control system reasoning, and machine vision. 

Contact

Jackson Hall, Room 112
Queen’s UniversityKingston, ON K7L 3N6
jack.caldwell@queensu.ca

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TA Courses

  • APSC 200 – Engineering Design and Practice II (Fall 2018)
  • ELEC 143 – Introduction to Computer Programming for Engineers (Fall 2019)